The Daily Populous

Wednesday June 13rd, 2018 morning edition

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Anthony Bourdain’s popular CNN travel and food docu-series, Parts Unknown, will continue to be available on Netflix in the U.S. “for months to come.”.

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown had been scheduled to leave Netflix US on June 16 when the streaming platform’s license deal for the show expired.

Following Bourdain’s tragic June 8 death by suicide, fans had been petitioning Netflix to keep the series on the platform.

Netflix had been working on hammering out an extension.

“As of today, we’ve extended our agreement that will keep Parts Unknown on the service for months to come,” the Internet network just said in a statement.

Parts Unknown is currently airing its 11th season on CNN, with the show’s first eight seasons available on Netflix.

It has won five Primetime Emmy Awards, including four for Outstanding Informational Series or Special. »

Dancing FBI agent charged with second-degree assault, booked into jail over back flip gunfire

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DENVER – An FBI agent whose gun appeared to accidentally fire in a video showing him dancing at a Denver nightclub and doing a back flip before dropping the weapon has been booked into jail.

Bishop turned himself in to the Denver Sheriff Department on Tuesday morning after a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Denver police.

Denver Police Dept. Denver Police had previously said they were awaiting the results of alcohol and drug tests before making an arrest. »

Why is Mister Rogers making adults cry decades later?

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The film covers Rogers’ decades-long mission to make television a tool for helping children, stressing love, community and acceptance.

"In Mister Rogers, we can see virtue, we can even feel it ... but we just can’t seem to get there ourselves.".

He said that watching Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood while researching the book made him totally present in the moment. »